On Friday, May 9, 2014 Travis Thompson, Natalie Volk, Crystal Bonano and graduate student Sarah Adams presented their research project Teaching English Overseas at the annual Sunshine State TESOL Conference. The project was directed by Linguistics Professor Nicole Tracy-Ventura.The research project was supported in part by the OUR. Congratulations!
This year’s Colloquium showcased the research of nearly 300 students across a multitude of disciplines including theater arts, medicine, community sciences, music education, physics, natural sciences and many more. This year 63 faculty, administrators, graduate students, postdoctoral scholars and alumni served as facilitators for the event. Excellence in Undergraduate Research Awards were awarded to 27 students.
Recent Tampa Tribune article features the academic accomplishments of USF undergraduate researchers in a variety of disciplines. Read the article here »
Event organizers are seeking judges in all areas of science to interview the talented students of Florida on their scientific research projects for 2013-14.
The National Social Science Association has been in existence for 33 years and is a growing interdisciplinary association that has served thousands of social scientists through its conferences, seminars and publications. The association is now accepting proposals for its National Technology and Social Science Conference April 13-15, 2014. More Information»